Just got sentenced to a year probation. Is there any hope of me getting a decent job or should I just give up and hop on autismbux? I'm in college and probably just gonna drop out 2bh, everything is so competitive these days. Having this on my record won't be too impressive when apying to internships.
These are the times when networking makes the difference. Always remember from now on that you must be work a little harder to be liked and trusted. Don't have to go full Gatsby, but at least start sending Xmas cards and shaking hands.
As far as career path, you should wait a couple months before making big decision. The shock of going from normal kid to red marked criminal will take a while to wear off. Worst case you go into business for yourself.
You are in trouble with a lot of government jobs, and big jobs, but you can still make it.
All the blue collar will still take you: electrical, construction, oil, etc...
Sorry bro, shit sucks. Dont listen to these faggots who are terrified to step out of line.
Surprisingly they might not even care about it in law too. There's lots of (very successful) lawyers out there with DUIs, domestic violence, assault, etc. on their records. I only mention this because it's the field I know. I should mention this in Canada but other countries might be even more liberal.
Just go make something of your life, OP. Get decent education and explain it when the time comes.
What did you do, anyway? Aggravated assault can happen in plenty of different scenarios...
Take advantage of the 'current year' and all of the libcucks that want to show how accepting they are of "refined" people. I honestly disagree with this (don't take it personally) but you'll probably end up okay if you stay out of trouble with the law from now on.
assault is bad - any violence is a major red flag.
If it's your first offense, you can usually get it expunged after a certain amount of time. Key is to stay out of trouble from here on out. And go to anger management, it's actually enlightening.
if you change countries you have a future. also, most positions that require a bachelors degree or more don't take into consideration a criminal record (because they just don't think the applicants that go through university will have one). those are your two best options. or wait a few years and apply for a pardon.
I made an unfortunate decision when i was younger. I pleaded to the judge to forgive me (i was a university student) that it would ruin my future. He gave me a second chance. I was really lucky for that. There are options, it will just be a lot of work.